Nicki Minaj surprisingly does more singing than rapping on the new song 'Turn Me On,' a track from David Guetta's upcoming album 'Nothing But the Beat.'

'Turn me On' is the second track from 'Nothing But the Beat' that features Minaj, along with the single 'Where Them Girls At,' which also features Flo Rida. 'Where Them Girls At' was built around the electro bloops that have become a Guetta trademark, but 'Turn Me On' goes in a different direction. It's a straightforward club banger, something similar to what you might hear from Rihanna or Lady Gaga.

Minaj is heavily Auto-Tuned as she sings, "Doctor doctor, need you bad, call me babe / Doctor doctor, where you at, give me something / I need your love, I need your love, I need your loving / You got that kind of medicine to keep me comin.’"

She raps for all of 10 seconds near the end of the track: "D-D-D-D-Don't let me die young / I just want you to father my young / I just want you to be my doctor / We 'gon get it crackin,' chiropractor."

It's cool that Guetta is going for a little bit of a different sound, but different for him sounds like what everybody else is doing in the dance music world. Still, having Minaj sing makes the tune worthwhile, even if "sing" must be used in quotes because of all the voice-processing.